[Bell Historians] Pimlico

Anne Willis zen16073 at CmZXllqOr40f98EEAiwTFU57CqLlLAvb3vy_Dk1s-pKgZvdqkOb0EQJ2YQ4NnwjOhIuVvw38lQDXuw.yahoo.invalid
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Subject: RE: [Bell Historians] Pimlico

Do you have any information on St James Pimlico Road? I think this was built
as an overflow church for St Barnabas.

If you want an individual view on Pimlico churches (but not of ringing) read
some of Barbara Pym's books: 'Excellent Women', 'The Sweet Dove Died', 'A
Glass of Blessings' and 'No Fond Return of Love' are probably the most



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